The images in this library were largely taken during GSCI research projects by staff or individuals involved in our research. These are a small selection of the more than 5,000 photographs currently on file. We hope to make more available in the future as we digitize our photo collection. Please note that the photographs included in the History section may also come from Archival and/or published works not generated by GSCI. Please credit the photographer and source of all photographs as indicated.
These on-line images may be used for research and non-commercial purposes only, with the understanding that the photographer and source will be credited as noted. Photographs may not be reproduced in published works or used in public broadcasts without the written permission of the Gwich'in Social & Cultural Institute.
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Aerial view of William Kush Viteetshìk (East Seela Creek). Photo taken during the 1999 Tombstone Oral History Project, a partnership between GSCI, Teetl'it Gwich'in Council, Tr'ondek Hwech'in and...
The village at Eight Miles (Nataiinlaii) in the fall.
View of the Blackstone River valley with cabin remains in the foreground at Ts’ok Ìitl’in. Georgette McLeod walking in the background. Photo taken during the 1999 Tombstone Oral History Project, a...
Cabins at the Mouth of the Peel Village.
Photo taken during the 1996 Delta Science Camp.
Chii Gho’ Tł’ąįį and the Flats (in the foreground) at Tsiigehtchic
Alestine Andre's fish camp at Diighe'tr'aajil (near Tree River) on the Mackenzie River. Margaret Mitchell, James Cardinal and Alestine Andre in camp, with Erika Kritsch walking up hill in...
Łìidlaii, (a.k.a The Forks) of the Arctic Red River, where the Arctic Red and Cranswick rivers meet
Gabe Andre and George Niditchie examining the unique geography of Nèhtrùh Chì’ along the Arctic Red River during the 1993 Gwichya Gwich'in Place Names Project.
Nap Norbert looking at Tithegeh Chì' also called Gwi’eekajìlchit, a striking cliff face on Campbell Lake in the Gwich'in Territorial Park near Inuvik
Remains of the chimney from the Roman Catholic mission house at Teetshik Goghas (a.k.a. Old Arctic Red).